The State Hornet

Solutions to HIV examined through graduate work

Zack Jordan

November 22, 2014

Research for making a specific chemical bond to fill a space to prevent HIV from attaching itself to cells was revealed at an HIV seminar in Sequoia Hall at Sacramento State. Chemistry professor Cynthia Kellen-Yuen said the reason for the seminar on Friday is because as a graduate student at Sac Stat...

Buzz of the Crowd: Team chemistry overcomes all

State Hornet Staff

October 16, 2012

Having a crew of superstars does not always guarantee success, but having a formula for team chemistry will.College football programs all over the nation have tried to recruit a lineup of five-star players to make themselves unstoppable.Both the University of Miami and Auburn finished in the top 10 in...

Hornet runners plan post-college careers

Hornet runners plan post-college careers

James Heck

September 18, 2012

For the cross country runners on the Sacramento State men’s and women’s teams, the emphasis of their training and commitment pertain to collegiate running. After college, the different avenues runners can or want to pursue depend on athletic ability, opportunity and sheer desire to continue runn...

Cross country acquires fresh legs

Cross country acquires fresh legs

James Heck

September 11, 2012

The 2012 Sacramento State women’s cross country team features a predominantly young core of inexperienced collegiate level runners.   Kathleen Raske, director of track and field and cross country at Sac State, said the goal of the team’s season is to develop the freshmen runners in ...